Jared Taylor speaks at Towson University

I just finished watching this video and thought I’d share it with the rest of y’all. It’s interesting to watch low I.Q., brainwashed, attendees asking questions that show how much they fail to comprehend. Speaking to them is like speaking to a wall. A thick wall of ignorance.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGyfmhFobdM&w=560&h=315]

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7 Responses to Jared Taylor speaks at Towson University

  1. WMarkW says:

    I just downloaded this last night and watched Taylor speaking but not the questions yet. I wish he had something along the lines of “When a race-related issue at a college campus comes up, like the Duke lacrosse case, reporters have ready access to spokespeople from black and feminist organizations to push their socio-political perception of the events into the press. There ought to be a white-advocacy spokesman to say ‘The criminial investigation has gone nowhere from the beginning. There’s no evidence of anything here except a frat-house hired an entertainer for a party, and a prosecutor trying his case in the political arena instead of a courtroom.'”

  2. Naikpopa says:

    niggers *facepalm*

  3. anti-racist says:

    Were there any substantive arguments as to whites shouldn’t organize? It seems that the attendees had three basic objections/views:
    1. whenever whites get together its never good for other people
    2. white people have never done anything of note
    3. white people will be destroyed
    4. america belongs to the indians

    • jewamongyou says:

      Yeah, that’s pretty much it.

    • Stealth says:

      I’m waiting for the chance to tell some liberal hypocrite that he should move out of his house and donate it to a worthy native American family. Then, he can quit his job and go perform unpaid menial work for a black family to repay his debt to them. Only after that will I listen to his complaints.

  4. Sol says:

    I think he should just sum it up that . . .
    Everyone should be allowed to congregate with whom they want, based on whatever criteria they want.
    His strongest point against the ‘diversity is good’ mantra is that when left to their own will, most people congregate with like people.

  5. Joe says:

    The possible formation of a white student organization at Towson is just the beginning. As whites go from the default racial group in America to just one of several ethnics groups, there will be more and more impetus for whites to form solidarity groups along racial lines.

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